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Endo is rescuer: VfB Stuttgart keeps class – Hertha in relegation

Arminia dismounted

After SpVgg Greuther Fürth, Arminia Bielefeld is the second relegated team from the Bundesliga. Hertha BSC has to be 16th in the table. in the relegation, VfB Stuttgart still managed to stay up directly on the last day of the game on Saturday.

Endo is the late rescuer: VfB Stuttgart keeps the class

VfB Stuttgart made it and managed to stay up directly on the last day of the Bundesliga match. The Swabians won the task against 1. FC Köln 2-1 (1-0) with a last-minute goal from Wataru Endo and benefited from a defeat in the parallel game by Hertha BSC at Borussia Dortmund (1-2). As a result, VfB climbed to 15th place thanks to the better goal difference.

Sasa Kalajdzic gave VfB hope for a 1-0 lead with his header (12′) after missing a penalty seconds earlier. Goalscorer Anthony Modeste equalized after an hour. He benefited from the fact that keeper Müller did not hold on to a cross. In the second minute of stoppage time, captain Endo saved the home side with a header.

Lewandowski gets the cannon again: Best Bundesliga scorer 2021/22

13 Sebastian Polter (Bochum) – 10 Tore

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13 Alassane Plea (Gladbach) – 10 Tore

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12 Jonathan Burkardt (Mainz 05) – 11 Tore

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11 André Silva (RB Leipzig) – 11 Tore

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10 Max Kruse (Wolfsburg, previously Union Berlin) – 12 goals

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9 Jonas Hofmann (Gladbach) – 12 goals

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8 Moussa Diaby (Bayer Leverkusen) – 13 Tore

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7 Serge Gnabry (Bayern) – 14 goals

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6 Taiwo Awoniyi (Union Berlin) – 15 Tore

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5 Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig) – 20 goals

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4 Anthony Modeste (1. FC Koln) – 20 goals

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3 Erling Haaland (BVB) – 22 Tore

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2 Patrik Schick (Bayer 04) – 24 goals

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1 Robert Lewandowski (Bayern) – 35 goals

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Hertha BSC in relegation: Berliners lose leadership at BVB

Hertha BSC missed the hoped-for happy ending in the Bundesliga relegation showdown. After the 1: 2 (1: 0) at Borussia Dortmund, the Berliners have to be 16th in the table. to the relegation. The rescue mission of 68-year-old Felix Magath, who was hired as the successor to Tayfun Korkut in mid-March, continues.

Goals from Dortmund’s Erling Haaland (68th penalty) and Youssoufa Moukoko (84th) in front of 80,500 fans at Signal Iduna Park caused a great deal of disillusionment with everyone involved, despite the interim lead of Ishak Belfodil (18th penalty). Which opponent Hertha meets in the two nerve games for staying in the class on May 19th and 23rd will be decided on Sunday in the season finale of the 2nd division.

For the 8th time: Arminia is relegated from the Bundesliga – RB Leipzig in the Champions League

The East Westphalian miracle didn’t materialize, Arminia Bielefeld was relegated from the Bundesliga for the eighth time. RB Leipzig was enough at 1: 1 (0: 0) on the Alm to play in the Champions League again next season. Willi Orban saves the weak Saxons in injury time (90 + 3) the point.

For Arminia, on the other hand, even great commitment was not enough, the team of interim coach Marco Kostmann would have needed a big win and support. Ultimately it was only enough for Janni Serra to score (70th), who in front of 22,179 spectators was not even enough for the first win under Kostmann. After eleven winless games in a row, East Westphalia are 17th in the table. after 34 matchdays together with Greuther Fürth back in the second division. Ultimately, Frank Kramer’s leave of absence as head coach in mid-April had no effect.

Victory against VfL Bochum: Union Berlin reaches the Europa League

Three years after being promoted to the Bundesliga for the first time, Union Berlin, headed by successful coach Urs Fischer, crowns an outstanding season by participating in the Europa League for the first time next season. With a 3:2 (2:0) against VfL Bochum in front of 22,012 fans in the sold-out atmosphere in Berlin-Köpenick, the Union made the biggest success in the club’s history perfect on their own.

In his last game for Union, Grischa Prömel took the lead in the fifth minute, Taiwo Awoniyi increased the lead to 2-0 with a hand penalty before the break (19 ‘). For Bochum, Simon Zoller (55th) scored the goal, Eduard Löwen (79th) even equalized. But then it was Awoniyi again (88th) who stopped shaking.

Defeat in Leverkusen: SC Freiburg missed out on Champions League participation

The dream of participating in the Champions League for the first time has finally burst for SC Freiburg. A week before the first cup final in the club’s history against RB Leipzig, the Breisgauers lost the long-distance duel with the Saxons for the last place in the “premier class” at the end of the league. After the 1: 2 (0: 0) at Bayer Leverkusen, SC even slipped to sixth place behind Union Berlin. In the end it was still dramatic, in the meantime the SC was missing a goal. Nevertheless, Freiburg will play in Europe for the first time in five years and for the fifth time in the club’s history.

FC Bayern only plays a draw at VfL – Lewandowski is top scorer

VfL Wolfsburg somewhat dampened the party mood of German champions Bayern Munich at the Bundesliga season finale. One day before the championship celebrations on the balcony of the town hall in Munich, coach Julian Nagelsmann’s team couldn’t get past a 2-2 (2-1) win on Saturday. Top attacker Robert Lewandowski was once again successful and with 35 goals of the season he got his fifth top scorer in a row.

Victory at the end of the season: Gladbach scores five times against TSG

With a gala performance, Borussia Mönchengladbach brought a complicated Bundesliga season to a happy end, but the future of coach Adi Hütter remains uncertain. His team won the last game of the season against TSG Hoffenheim 5-1 (3-1) on Saturday and, for the first time in eleven years, finished tenth in a non-single-digit position in the final table. Neither Hütter, who still has a contract until 2024, nor the club have so far made a clear commitment to continue working together. Sports director Roland Virkus recently said that they wanted to sit down together after the season.

Before the Europa League final: Eintracht draws in Mainz

Eintracht Frankfurt passed the final endurance test before the Europa League final against Glasgow Rangers. The Hessians came to a 2-2 (2-1) win at FSV Mainz 05 at the end of the Bundesliga season on Saturday. In the Rhein-Main derby in front of 33,000 spectators, Marcus Ingvartsen (10th/49th) scored twice for the home side. Tuta (25th) and Rafael Borré (35th) scored the goals for Frankfurt.

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30 Donyell Paint | Dortmund | New market value: €27 million (€-3 million)

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27 Dominik Szoboszlai | RB Leipzig | Market value: €28 million

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27 Evan Ndicka | Frankfurt | Market value: €28 million

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27 Nico Schlotterbeck | SC Freiburg | New market value: €28 million (+€8 million)

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23 Angelino | RB Leipzig | Market value: €30 million

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23 Benjamin Pavard | Bayern Munich | Market value: €30 million

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23 Josko Gvardiol | RB Leipzig | New market value: €30 million (+€5 million)

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21 Niklas Süle | Bayern Munich | Market value: €35 million

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21 Raphaël Guerreiro | Dortmund | Market value: €35 million

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20 Andre Silva | RB Leipzig | Market value: €38 million

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18 Edmond Tapsoba | Leverkusen | Market value: €40 million

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18 Patrick Schick | Leverkusen | Market value: €40 million

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17 Giovanni Reyna | Dortmund | Market value: €42 million

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15 Dayot Upamecano | Bayern Munich | New market value: €45 million (€-10 million)

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15 Dani Olmo | RB Leipzig | New market value: €45 million (€-5 million)

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13 Lucas Hernández | Bayern Munich | Market value: €50 million

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13 Robert Lewandowski | Bayern Munich | Market value: €50 million

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11 Yamal Musiala | Bayern Munich | Market value: €55 million

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11 Moussa Diaby | Leverkusen | New market value: €55 million (+€10 million)

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10 Kingsley Coman | Bayern Munich | New market value: €60 million (+€5 million)

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9 Christopher Nkunku | RB Leipzig | New market value: €65 million (+€10 million)

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7 Leon Goretzka | Bayern Munich | Market value: €70 million

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7 Leroy Sané | Bayern Munich | Market value: €70 million

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4 Serge Gnabry | Bayern Munich | Market value: €70 million

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4 Alphonso Davies | Bayern Munich | Market value: €70 million

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4 Florian Wirtz | Leverkusen | Market value: €70 million

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3 Jew Bellingham | Dortmund | Market value: €75 million

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2 Joshua Kimmich | Bayern Munich | Market value: €85 million

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1 Erling Haaland | Borussia Dortmund | Market value: €150 million

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Relegation without an away win: Greuther Fürth also loses at FC Augsburg

Joker Michael Gregoritsch denied SpVgg Greuther Fürth the last small parting gift from the Bundesliga. The Austrian gave FC Augsburg, who had already been saved, a flattering home win on Saturday. Without their coach Stefan Leitl, who was suffering from the corona virus, the Franconians missed the longed-for first away win of the season at 1: 2 (1: 1).

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